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Poor indoor air quality
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...INDOOR AIR QUALITY (IAQ) Poor Indoor Air Quality Indoor air quality (IAQ) is the quality of air (breathing area) within and around structures and how it affects health of the occupants. This phenomenon has become widespread and recognized globally as an important health and safety issue. The term became popular in tandem with the energy conservation measures that minimized fresh air circulation in buildings to save cost of conditioning outdoor air. Various organizations and agencies (ASHRAE, WHO, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) across the globe are actively working to create awareness and improve quality of life hampered in this regard. People spend majority of their time indoors... ? POOR INDOOR...
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Salt lake city Airport should not set the indoor smoking area
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...Indoor Smoking Area It is indeed true that today there are many developed and developing nations that have imposed bans on smoking in the public. This is primarily done not merely to protect the smokers, but it is also a fact that smoking impacts non-smokers. Smoking will cause an array of diseases like cancers of various types and emphysema. In that context it is really disheartening to notice that at the Salt Lake City Airport, the smokers are allowed to smoke in an array of smoking areas placed throughout the airport (ANRF 2). This is not only contrary to the prerogatives of maintaining public health, but in a way also... Zedou Lin Wr 222 Stephanie Roush 10 March Salt Lake Airport should not set the...
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Risk Perception: THE RELATION BETWEEN INDOOR BIOLOGICAL CONTAMINANTS AND DEVELOPMENT OF ASTHMA IN CHILDREN IN THE UK
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...indoor health hazards, as dampness due to the possibility of living in a limited area. The document provides necessary information on the hazard rating system practiced by the DCLG. It tells about the scoring system prescribed by the HHSRS (England) Regulations 2005 (SI 2005 No 3208), as stated in the statutory HHSRS Operating Guidance for local authorities... Risk Perception: The Relation between Indoor Biological Contaminants and Development of Asthma in Children in The UK Background In the UK context, deaths from asthma are uncommon, but asthma is a leading reason for visits to the General Practitioner (GP) and hospitalisation admissions. Off late asthma in children is on the decline, possibly...
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A case study exploring how indoor play is used to support childrens cognitive development in an early years setting in East Ham
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...indoor play support children’s cognitive development? What factors influence the effectiveness of indoor play on cognitive development? Does the age and sex of the child matter in relation to indoor play and cognitive development? What types of indoor play are recommended for children? Literature review Goswami (2008) considers cognitive development to be the mastery of mental skills and abilities, and views the process of this development as being gradual and continuous. To promote proper development of the various key areas of mental development, Goswami argues that an individual needs to be exposed to the correct environmental, emotional, physical, and social environments, since lack... Exploring...
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Areas
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...areas for a variety of geometric figures that include rectangle, square, parallelogram, triangle, trapezoid and circle. The only formula that someone really needs to remember to find area of any of the mentioned figures is: Area = Base times Height The area of a plane figure refers to the number of square units that figure covers. The area is measured in square units (e.g. cm2, meter2, km2, etc.). Rectangle Figure 1 shows a rectangle with base b and height h. Figure 1: Rectangle For finding area of a rectangle, first we will divide this in many smaller parts of a single square unit as shown by a shaded black region. Since, the length... CAP #3 This paper will develop and explain the ways to find areas...
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Indoor Play Area for Children in Highcross Mall in Leicester in the UK
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...indoor play zone. This area is exclusive of kitchen, bathrooms and toilets. We can estimate some 20-30 kids at a time to occupy the creche. Therefore, minimum 1500 feet2 is required... ?Project Development of Play Area for Children at Highcross Mall in Leicester Context: The Highcross shopping centre in Leicester, is one of the most diverse and beautifully built multi-purpose shopping spaces in Leicester. The shopping centre contains excellent diverse shops selling items for both adults and children. It also has restaurants of different European roots as well as one of the biggest cinemas in the city of Leicester. Although all these facilities exist within the Highcross, the centre does not have a creche ...
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Indoor Management Rules
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...Indoor Management Rule Under the English common laws, except for specific sta y repudiations, an individual cannot initiate litigation or in turn be prosecuted upon (as regards a contract), except when the individual is also a party to the contract.1In this context, Turquand rule is often used for representing the framework of how companies can form contractual alliances with third parties. Turquand rule (or the indoor management rule) is a company law (under common laws) in the UK, which held that people conducting transactions with business firms have the right to presume that company rules (internal) have been observed (even if the firm failed to do so).2 Currently the Companies Act 2006... ? Indoor...
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Sustainable Design in Tourism
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...indoor environment in a resort. The intention is to plan layout, shape, and interior of a construction around the sun’s daily and seasonal cycles. Building orientation It is crucial to maximize heat gain in cold climate. In the northern hemisphere, a resort should be elongated on its east west axis and the areas requiring the most heating should face south. In order to benefit from mid winter sunshine, overshadowing from surrounding buildings should be avoided. In hot climate, the aim is to improve airflow, cooling and reduce heat gain. The resort should be constructed on a n axis perpendicular to prevailing wind. Cross-ventilation can... It is possible to achieve sustainability through correct emphasize ...
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Radon Indoor Air pollution
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...indoor air pollution, in contrast with outdoor contamination as radon is dispersed over a vast area, as one is exposed without his or her knowing it. The next thing one knows is that he or she has just been diagnosed with lung cancer, without even being a smoker. Radon and Lung Cancer Being a gaseous substance that is extremely mobile and practically undetectable, the fast rate of radon’s production indicates the possibility of a high level of concentration within an enclosed space. Hence, the inhalation of this radioactive gaseous compound is inevitable for many. What happens, then, if one inhales radon continually? Because it has been... Radon Indoor Air Pollution Radon Indoor Air Pollution When at...
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Annotated Bibliography: indoor air quality
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...indoors. This merits the new term Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) that causes itchy eyes, nose and throat. The air present indoors traps pollutants inside the walls of the building and is this rate of trapping is enhanced by poor building ventilation. The ozone formed outdoors enters into the home through doors, windows and the ventilation system. Ozone can also be released from technology such as laser printers and air fresheners that are used to rid homes of dust and mold. Another major area of this study is terpenes that are natural organic chemicals found in cleaning substances. Terpenes react with the ozone... Annotated Bibliography Annie Chatfield Corsi, Richard L. (Sept. 2000). "Indoor Air...
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Variable Air Volume (VAV) System to achieve better Indoor Environmental Quality for a commercial Building & energy saving
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...indoor air quality. The VAV system in a very dry area incorporates humidifier unit to achieve the required moisture level within the rooms... ? Variable Air Volume (VAV) System to achieve better Indoor Environmental Quality for a commercial Building & energy saving By (Insert A dissertation submitted to the faculty of (______________) In partial fulfillment for the requirements For the Degree of BEng (Hons) building services & Sustainable Engineering UNIVERSIT Table of Contents Abstract The use of VAV system has been in existence since the year 1980. This technology was incorporated in the heating, cooling, air-conditioning, and ventilation because of its efficiency and comfort ability. Unlike other...
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Hospital health issues in cleaning up after katerina by industrial hugienist
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...indoor areas. I recommend that all workers should use repellents in order to reduce the chances to being bit by mosquitoes or other insects which serve as vectors for many diseases. Stagnant water serves... ? Hospital Health Issues In Cleaning Up After Katrina by Industrial Hygienist 28-09-11 A Case Study Major Problems: I have thoroughly assessed, evaluated and identified potential, chemical, physical, and biological hazards concerning our workplace. I believe that hygienic conditions at the hospital need to be handled meticulously and immediately. I will briefly summarize the problems, in order of priority and then I will outline the steps to be followed during clean up process. One of the major issues ...
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Gambling in Australia
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...areas (Fabianson, 2010). Other states have been able to enact strict smoking ban in indoor areas and regulating the alcohol intake in these areas, in campaigns and encourage responsible gaming. The Australian National Drugs Strategy, ANDS argues that gambling has resulted to increased rates of social problems. Gambling as the ANDS elaborates affects a larger population than the individual and pathological gambling is listed as an impulsive control disorder. The disorders are driven by the arousal, pleasure and gratification. The ANDS report elaborates that recurrent gambling behavior that leads to addiction results to significant disruptions in family, personal... ?Gambling in Australia Gambling in...
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Should indoor tanning be banned for juveniles
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...indoor tanning, those who wish to achieve a bronze look don't need to wait for summer to come or pray for a good weather for sun bathing. Because anytime of the day, regardless of the climate and weather, one can obtain a perfect tan she has always wanted by just merely going to a tanning salon. However, although indoor... After The Tan Lines Have Faded, What Now Cancer is probably the most alarming illness that can claim thousands of lives in justa year. While some may be cured with the use of the latest technologies, others are just too severe that several treatments are not an assurance that a person will be able to live a normal life after undergoing a number of therapies and medicine intakes....
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Conclusion for the thesis
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...Indoor 10 CHAPTER 3: GETTING THE INTERNET WITHIN THE RURAL AREAS 11 3.1Base Antenna (Telescope Mast) 12 3.2Satellite 12 3.3Router 13 3.4Sector Antenna 14 3.5Grid Antenna 14 3.6Power Supplement 15 Practical Part 16 GETTING HIGH QUALITY SIGNALS 16... your vicinity, certain tools might be needed to receive better signals at your area. Some of those tools would include an antenna outdoor, antenna indoor as well as a booster. Kohut, Milan. Wimax Outdoor Antenna. http://www.slavnet.com/page/4. Web. 2.1 Antenna Outdoor Since the building’s wall often blocks the signals from entering the house, antennas are usually placed outside the house, most commonly at the...
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Housing; Recreational Areas and Bathing Facilities; disaster santation Moduule 4 (Case)
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...Areas and Bathing Facilities; Disaster Sanitation Module 4– Case Cultural Identity Joanne Yearwood TUI University Spring 2012 Write a 2 – 3 page essay that addresses the following questions: 1. You are an environmental health inspector asked to investigate problems at a local low-income and poorly maintained apartment complex. There is lead-based paint peeling from the walls. Summarize the health hazards associated with lead and mold in this particular setting, and describe what may be done to control these two public health problems. Keep in mind the limitations and challenges a low-income community may face, living in poorly... Running head: BHS 414 Module 4 – Case BHS 414– Housing; Recreational...
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Key Areas
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...Areas A town hall meeting is a meeting that is organized to offer a platform for nurses and the public to interact with policymakers. It offers a platform through which a residents and professionals can air their opinions and hear their concerns (Mason et al., 2011). Notably, dialogue plays a significant role in social change. A town hall meeting between nurses and policy maker is an effective tactic. This is because a policy maker can gain knowledge of some of the health concerns within the population and answer some of the questions that nurses may have regarding a policy issue (Stewart et al., 2009). Town hall meetings are an effective strategy because they offer...
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Hong Kong Government dealing with Pollution problems
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...indoor areas in workplaces, public places, restaurants, markets, and most areas in public pleasure grounds will be designated no-smoking areas” (news.gov.hk). The authorities can ask someone to stop smoking if they do so in the demarcated areas or if they do not cooperate be asked to leave the place (news.gov.hk). Furthermore, other pollution reduction measures have been implemented all over Hong Kong, with the government taking the lead, but spread and implemented by private takers like the academe, the business sector and the civil society. One of the measures had been the reduction of the use of plastic or polyethylene bags in shopping malls... Your Hong Kong Environmental Regulations...
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Conservation areas
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...area of the village was first declared a conservation area in 1971. The boundaries of the Denham Conservation area were amended and updated by the South Bucks District Council on 31st March 2006. The following discussion will focus on the Denham Conservation Area. Initially, the Denham Conservation Area and the regulations governing it will be delineated, defined and described. Then the stakeholders in the Denham... Conservation Area will be identified. Criteria for determining the effectiveness and impact of the regulations governing the area will then be considered. Subsequently, using the criteria defined the success, or lack thereof, of the regulations...
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Smoking ban in London Parks
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...areas smoking cigarettes. It is also known that Los Angeles City Parks and Chicago Parks with playgrounds have a ban on smoking cigarettes and reinforce the measures in the same way as New York City is working toward (BBC, 2011). The smoking bans in the parks are an extension of the recognized effects and differences which were made with the indoor bans that occurred. This included both the environmental air pollution which caused changes as well as the ability to catch second... ?Introduction Problems with pollution that are a part of the air and the trash in various areas are causing more complexities within various regions.It has been found that this is leading not only to problems with buildings, air ...
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Indoor Air Pollution: Molds and Volatile Organic Chemicals
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...indoor mold growth, the same can be eliminated, largely, by controlling the moisture content in the concerned area.(The key to mold control... Running Head:   Indoor Air Pollution   Indoor Air Pollution: Molds and Volatile Organic Chemicals of  Indoor AirPollution: Molds and Volatile Organic Chemicals Introduction As technological advancement has brought refreshing changes in our life-style, we should be aware about the hazards of indoor pollutants that are caused by using many devices and substances, meant for our ease and comfort. Such polluting chemicals are released, as we use cooking oil for frying food in our kitchens, detergents to clean our rugs and carpets, soaps and shampoos for taking a shower ...
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Prohibition of Cigarette Manufacturing
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...indoor areas, including dorm rooms and offices. When colleges do take a stand, it makes a big difference. The Journal of American College Health reported in March, 2001 that nonsmoking students are 40 percent less likely to take up the habit when they live in smoke-free dorms.” (Woolston, 2001) Smoking in public places... Prohibition of Cigarettes Introduction The slogan ‘Smoking is injurious to health’ is printed on every cigarette packets and the responsibility of the authorities or the government seems to be over by that. They are happy with warning the public against their smoking habits because of the health problems associated with it. Even these warning messages will be displayed at some corners...
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Promotion Plan for an Indoor Go Kart Track
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...indoor go kart track- Go Karts of Bowie Go karting has caught theimagination of all the people who love racing. Usually built at locations far away from the city, go karting involves a track and a small four-wheeled vehicle. Mostly used at amusement parks, go karts are used for recreational purposes. The tracks can be built either indoor or outdoor. Indoor tracks are usually for racing purposes which gives the thrill in a safe racing environment. One such thrilling and safe indoor track is go karts of Bowie. This indoor track with all its latest engineered tracks and karts is one of the finest tracks around. Go karting has been famous among the young people... ?< > < > < > < > Promotion Plan for an...
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RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK MANAGEMENT - APPLICATION OF MODELS
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...indoor air pollution due to their reliance on bio fuels like coal, dung, wood etc (WHO 2006). Thus indoor air quality has been a major area of concern for scientists and policy makers in the recent years due to its implications for health and welfare. Hence, the risk assessment and risk management of indoor air quality deserve special attention. This report discusses the risk assessment and risk management of indoor quality using the NAS model. The NAS model consists of hazard assessment, exposure... Indoor Air Quality-Application of Risk Assessment and Risk Management Models Introduction Risk assessment is defined as the “science based systematic evaluation of a risk factor like an agent, planned...
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Prevalence of Asthma and its associated factors in two different areas of Saudi Arabia
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...areas of Saudi Arabia. JA J Asthma. 1991; 28: 281-6. 20. Bener A, al-Jawadi TQ, Ozkaragoz F, al-Frayh A, Gomes J. Bronchial asthma and wheeze in a desert country. Indian J Pediatr. 1993 ;60:791-7. 21. Greife A. Asthma and indoor air: The next epidemic. Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. Editorial. 2001;16:102 22. Arruda LK. Cockroach allergens. Curr Allergy Asthma Rep. 2005; 5:411-6. 23. Uzel A, Capan N, Canbakan S, Yurdakul AS, Dursun B. Evaluation of the relationship between cockroach sensitivity and house-dust-mite sensitivity in Turkish asthmatic patients. Respir Med. 2005; 99:1032-7. 24. Kim CW, Kim DI, Choi SY, Park JW, Hong...
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Crowd safety by design
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...indoor areas of the concert hall including the buildings near the hall, it should be ensured that there are no moulds to affect the people. People and staffs with less health can be very sensitive to the molds for examples are the allergies one faces that affects the respiratory conditions of asthma, sinusitis and lung diseases. People with a low immune system the ones that are conversant to the molds. They feel sensitive more when one is expectant, one with diabetes and with autoimmune diseases. It also affects persons with HIV AIDS with those that have experienced surgeries. In the prevention of such molds is by the control... Crowd safety at the Rock Concert Crowd safety planning will be one of the...
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Marine Reserve Areas or Marine Protected Areas
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...Areas or Marine Protected Areas (MPA) of the Marine Reserve Areas or Marine Protected Areas (MPA) Introduction: Marine Reserve Areas or Marine Protected Areas (MPA) According to Clark and Mangel (2000), marine reserves or marine protected areas (MPAs) are increasingly viewed as a method to protect various stocks of fish and invertebrates, and also as a key instrument for the rehabilitation of depleted stocks. The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) includes in its definition of MPA, the broader concept of “Marine and Coastal Protected Area” or MCPA that encompasses protected areas that lie adjacent to the ocean but may not necessarily include intertidal or subtidal water. Thus... ? Marine Reserve...
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Life in Rural Areas
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...Areas 7 4. Access to Services 9 5. NEETs 9 6. Trendsin Rural Development 10 7. Problems of Rural Youth 12 8. Government Action for Rural Youth 17 9. Every Child Matters 22 10. Conclusions and Recommendations 25 11. Concluding Comments 27 12. Recommendations 36 ARE YOUNG PEOPLE LIVING IN RURAL AREAS AT A DISADVANTAGE WHEN ACCESSING SERVICES Executive Summary Context Living or retiring to the scenic beauty and the peace and serenity of the country-side is a cherished desire of countless people. The Commission for Rural Communities notes that the quality of life in the rural areas is much higher than... CONTENTS Serial No Heading Page Executive Summary 2. Introduction 5 3. Definition of Rural Areas ...
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Measured Building Areas
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...Area used s/ Assumptions/Standards BUILDING AND OTHER AREAS Measured Building AreasGround floor - new Ground floor - garage new First floor - new including voids & stair Second floor - new including voids & stair New external wall & window envelope Ground floor, envelope First floor, envelope Second Floor Envelope New external wall types Timber framed external wall External veneer walls (masonry & stud) Demolish and remove existing buildings Refer also to Internal Demolition & Preparation Site clearance and demolition Site levelling, aligning, excavation and fill Excavation and Fill Termite treatment, barriers, etc. Allowance... Element Units Measurement Cost Per Unit Total Cost/Area...
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Areas of Specialization
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...Areas of specialization Psychology is the study of human mind carried out through observation of behavior in view of analyzing behavioral characteristics. It is a course that gives reason to human behavior while rectifying those considered abnormal. Psychology is a scope of study which is broad. Some of the areas of specialization are discussed in the following discourse. Counseling psychology, This is an area of specialty in psychology whose main aim is to investigate person to environment interaction in terms of aiming to offer solution to the problems individuals would have in the process of interacting with their environments. The...
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Rural Areas Development
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...areas in the developed world have undergone tremendous changes, especially in the economic sector. The importance of primary sector in the rural economy of public sector has progressively declined since the end of the World War II. The development of the rural areas in the developed word is being increasingly depended upon various forms of consumerism. It means that rural areas are undergoing a stage of post-production in the rural areas. The purpose of this paper... Discuss the contention that rural spaces in the global north have become landscapes of consumption, rather than traditional landscapes of production Introduction Introduction In twenty first century, the rural a...
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PLANNING FOR METROPOLITAN AREAS
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...Areas Introduction There has been an increase in the population of urban areas,due to suburbanization. Many people have left countryside life, with hope of better life in urban areas. This has necessitated development of plans, to ensure infrastructure is adequate for the growing urban dwellers. Consequently, there has been a lot of urban revitalization of metropolitan, in a bid to restore normalcy for the ever growing urban population (Hoch 2-19). Why are tall buildings concentrated in some areas and not others? The pondering question whether buildings elevation frontier should be eliminated has basically been overlooked for so long. It has turned into a platitude amongst... Planning For Metropolitan...
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EVALUATING CHILDHOOD OBESITY IN THE LONDON BOROUGH OF WESTMINSTER THE MOST AFFECTED AREAS ARE THE SOUTH AND THE NORTHERN PART
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...areas could also be explained by lack of physical exercise among the children. It was established that, in the current generation, children take a lot of their time playing games in computers, watching television, and playing indoor games. There is little physical activity that they engage in. Additionally, physical activity in schools has reduced... Evaluating Childhood Obesity in the London Borough of Westminster Introduction Obesity prevalence has been found to be lower among white, mixed Asian/white, and Chinese children, and high among Caribbean, African and other black children in London. This high level of obesity among African, black Caribbean children is associated with higher deprivation levels ...
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IAQ & Thermal Comfort
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...Indoor air quality and Thermal comfort Indoor air quality and Thermal comfort Thermal comfort and indoor air quality are considered amongst important factors when considering the quality of indoor environment. These factors are usually given much attention when designing buildings and structures in places that experience extreme variations in environmental conditions (Amissah, 2005). Examples of these areas include areas that experience low and/or high temperatures variations, and areas in which the quality of air is compromised (areas in which air is polluted, among other factors that interfere with the quality of air that humans breathe) among others (Al-ajmi, 2010). Both regional... ...
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Government Objectives For Rural Areas
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...AREAS Government Objectives For Rural Areas Of The Of The Institute] Government Objectives For Rural Areas The Government's Objectives The Government's objectives for rural regions that are in relevance to any Planning Policy are: (i) To elevate the excellence and superiority of life and the environment in rural areas through the expansion and development of: - Flourishing, comprehensive and maintainable rural societies, guaranteeing people have refined places to live by humanizing the superiority and sustainability of local surroundings and neighborhoods'; - Maintaining economic enlargement and diversification; - Good quality, sustainable development... Running Head: GOVERNMENT OBJECTIVES FOR RURAL...
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Health disparities in Rural areas
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...areas does not have a proper access to healthcare facilities. There is great disparity in the healthcare access of minorities and rest of the population. Minorities are deprived of efficient and good quality healthcare facilities. Rural residents of United States report poor health. They are more vulnerable to chronic conditions like diabetes. Heart disease is also not uncommon among them. Compared to their urban counterparts, minorities living in rural areas are more prone to diseases and are also deprived of good healthcare facilities... ?The health status of minority population in the United s is poor compared to the rest of the population. Minorities are deprived of good healthcare facilities. The...
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Key Areas of Management Practices
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...areas of governance, good leadership, proper planning, stakeholder analysis, performance measurement, improvement, and resource...  Introduction Management is a critical component of successful operations of private and public institutions. Successful management approaches inculcate confidence, appreciates peoples’ diversity and maintains discipline. Besides, a viable framework balances authority, command, equity, and order. The prisons and other correctional facilities should consider these principles to enhance safety and quality of the correctional facilities. Nonetheless, correctional institutions like the prisons experience the challenge of managing inmates’ diversity and gender concerns. Particular...
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Five Areas of Reading Instruction
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...Areas of Reading Instruction The National Reading Panel Report presents us with a solution to the difficulty of teaching children to read correctly, swiftly and with understanding. The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) in 2000 summed up a number of decades of scientific study that evidently explains valuable instructions for reading, specifying five analytical areas. These five critical areas are phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. These sections were integrated into the Reading First plan and No Child Left Behind Act as fundamental components of helpful directions for reading. Phonemic awareness is the capability... ? Education  Five Areas...
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Government objectives for rural areas
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...AREAS Government Objectives For Rural Areas Of The Of The Institute] Government Objectives For Rural Areas The Governments Objectives The Governments objectives for rural regions that are in relevance to any Planning Policy are: (i) To elevate the excellence and superiority of life and the environment in rural areas through the expansion and development of: - Flourishing, comprehensive and maintainable rural societies, guaranteeing people have refined places to live by humanizing the superiority and sustainability of local surroundings and neighborhoods’; - Maintaining economic enlargement and diversification; - Good quality, sustainable development... Running Head: GOVERNMENT OBJECTIVES FOR RURAL AREAS...
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My 3 Pd Skill Areas
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...Areas 1st Skill: Managing my studies I intend to improve my performance in and score an average of A this academic year. This isa great goal to achieve and one that demands a lot of effort and commitment to my studies. I intend to pursue this objective so that I may have a better life in future based on a good, well paying career. Objective 1: To maintain my motivation high even when doing subjects that I find difficult. Motivation is defines as the force that drives individuals to achieve their objectives (ONeil & Drillings, 1994). There are subjects that are difficult and very demanding. In many cases, I get very discouraged and de-motivated when I encounter difficult situations... My 3 Pd Skill...
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Student Health and Performance related to IAQ in Schools
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...indoor air quality negatively affects student health and performance. It confirms the existence of a correlation between IAQ, health and performance. As such, stakeholders in the education sector should take measures to ensure that students learn in unpolluted environments, or if it is impossible, eliminate some factors that lead to pollution. The government can formulate policies that prohibit certain activities around schools that would reduce indoor air quality. Such policy could be barring establishment of schools in industrial areas to prevent noise and air pollution from chemicals. In addition, school authorities should approve school designs that ensure... THE INFLUENCE OF INDOOR AIR QUALITY ON...
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Tanning Salons
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...areas where the skin is sensitive. Some teens do not seem concerned about the aging factor while opting for an indoor tan, however, it is believed that frequenting tanning salons can cause aging in the mid-twenties. There many tanning salons across the United States and other Western countries. The specification and regulations of each tanning salon are specific to the owner. However, the end results are the same, clients are guaranteed a great, glowing tan. Tanning salons offer several different options to tan your skin. From tanning beds to tanning booths, from airbrush tans to professional tanning lotions there is a variety of options to choose from....
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Change moving into the 21st century: discuss the changes that need to be made to bring police agencies into the 21st century in areas of technology, training, recruitment, selection, and mission, including obstacles to change inherent in organizations
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...indoor gun range stimulators and the space based theft. The training zones should also be equipped with flexible spaces for police to maintain their fitness. Of more essence is a gymnasium, which if made available in all the centers they will place high... Modern Police Training The police force comprises personnel empowered by the government to enforce the law, safeguard people’s property, and ensure order in the society. The police use force and exercise power within defined territorial bounds in the execution of their routine duties. Mainly, the police is concerned with civil policing unlike the military who are involved in defense against aggressors who might enter the country with malicious...
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Shoud Smoking in Public Areas be Banned
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...Areas be banned Should Smoking in Public Areas be banned: A Reflective Paper goes here of yourProfessor Should Smoking in Public Areas be banned? Smoking ban in public area is not only a serious healthcare issue but its moral aspects are equally serious social concern. Smoking in open and enclosed public areas is banned in many parts of the world but it is not enforced vigorously and most of the time it is left to personal good judgment. We need to enforce the prohibition of this hazardous practice rather vigorously to ensure compliance. Public health is serious social concern that cannot be left to the discretion of those who are endangering personal health... ?Running Head: Should Smoking in Public...
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(Aviation) Safety Areas at the Airport
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...Areas at the Airport Unit Lecturer: SAFETY AREAS AT THE AIRPORT Introduction The Public safety areas and pieces of land at the end of the runway at the airport have to be kept as secure as possible. The airport management has to develop restriction so as to control the number of individuals on the ground at the airport (Khalafallah, 2006). This will reduce the number of people exposed to the jeopardy of injury or even loss of life should an accident happen to an aircraft while landing or taking- off. The airport administration has implemented the public safety zone policy at the airport. The policy is based on the model work that was carried out using accidental data in order to determine... Safety...
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Future topical areas of public health
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...areas of public health Future Topical Areas of Public Health Health is a critical factor that any human being considers as the most important in his life. Presently, the health of most of the people has seen drastic deterioration all over the world. This is because of changing lifestyles due to the technological changes all over the world. Therefore, it is necessary to form a legal structure that will assist curbing this norm to improve the lives of people. The major focus of public law is dealing with all the legal issues which relate to the practice of public health. This essay elaborates further on the impact of public health law upon environmental health and reforms in health care... Future topical...
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Cover Letter for Natural Areas Supervisor Position
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...Areas. I became aware of the position after viewing an electronic advertisement and feel that I have some unique experiences that have prepared me for a supervisory role such as this. My original college education is in Music Education, but I am currently enrolled in a Biomedical Sciences program with an anticipated graduation date of 2012. While my educational background may not seem to entirely fit with the described position, my experiences in leadership will surely transfer to the Summer Supervisor position. I have lead teams in challenging academic endeavors such as the Health Professional Society and Med... ? I am writing to express interest in the position of Summer Supervisor at the WMU Natural...
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Appraise Areas of Early Childhood Development
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...Areas of Early Childhood Development The utmost responsibility of the parents is to build up the character and personality of their children in such a way that they can be successful in every field of life in the future life. For proper growth and development, there are many areas in the personality of a child, which require care and attention. These areas may include cognitive side, emotional, physical, social and educational perspectives. For a better growth and development, there is a need to improve all of these areas. The parents should consider all of these growth and development perspectives from the birth of the child. From birth to the early childhood, a child is most vulnerable... of Early...
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Children's cognitive development in an early years setting
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...indoor play on cognitive development? Does the age and sex of the child matter in relation to indoor play and cognitive development? What types of indoor play are recommended for children? Literature review Goswami (2008) considers cognitive development to be the mastery of mental skills and abilities, and views the process of this development as being gradual and continuous. To promote proper development of the various key areas of mental development, Goswami argues that an individual needs to be exposed to the correct environmental, emotional, physical, and social environments, since lack of such supportive... Exploring the use of indoor play to support children’s cognitive development Introduction...
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To what extent would the smoking ban affect the pub industry in Wales
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...indoor areas such as offices, restaurants, hotels, or even outdoor public areas such as parks and sports stadiums. In most jurisdictions the sale of tobacco to minors, or minors under a certain age, is prohibited. Such laws have been introduced by many countries in various forms over the years, with legislators citing health statistics that show tobacco smoking is often fatal for the smokers and also for those subjected to passive smoking (also known as secondhand smoke). Additional bases for smoking bans are reduced risk of fire and reduced quantities... To what extent would the smoking ban affect the pub industry in Wales Contents Introduction1 2. Ban on smoking in pubs.2 3. Outline of various...
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